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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/10/11 Chapter 2 Physical and Emotional Development Affect Child Behavio Fields, Perry & Fields (2010)
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2/10/11 Physical and Emotional Developmen l Immature development may be the cause of behavior problems l Match expectations to children’s individual maturation levels l Know the child’s temperament l Attachment issues l Basic needs
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2/10/11 Physical Development Issues l Need to move around Physical movement stimulates the myelination process in the brain Even more important for boys l Muscle Coordination Girls more advanced in fine motor Fine motor lags behind gross motor Need opportunities to practice
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2/10/11 Emotional Development l Temperament How we react to stimuli and how we regulate these reactions Individual differences influence children’s social interactions throughout life and effect their mental health l Developmental Stages Stages are continually revisited and built upon
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2/10/11 Attachment l A secure attachment is the
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Unformatted text preview: foundation for healthy progression through all the stages of emotional development l A loving relationship with special people l Families Parents support, accept and comfort 2/10/11 Human Needs l Power Need for being in charge of your own actions l Attention Children prefer negative attention over no attention l Acceptance Everyone wants to belong 2/10/11 Motives of Misbehavior l Children will misbehave in an unconscious attempt to have their basic needs met l As childrens brains and nervous systems mature, they can better control their emotions l Emotion Regulation 2/10/11 Emotional Competence l Build positive, respectful relationships l Integrate discussions about emotions l Acknowledge childrens feelings l Help children put feelings into words l Model appropriate expressions 2/10/11 Guidance by knowledgeable and supportive caregivers is necessary for childrens...
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